Outstanding Teaching Award 1980 - 1989

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Carol Anderson

1989:  Carol H. Anderson,  associate professor of marketing.  A native of Janesville, N.Y., she earned a bachelor’s degree in home economics in 1952 from Cornell University.  She earned a master’s degree in education from the University of Houston in 1975, followed by a master’s degree in business administration and a doctorate in marketing from Texas A & M University in 1978 and 1980.  She joined SIUC’s faculty in 1979.


James R. Moore

1988:  James R. Moore, assistant professor of marketing.  A native of Johnston City, Moore holds bachelor’s (1959) and master’s (1962) degrees from SIUC and a doctorate (1972) from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.  He initially joined the faculty in 1962.


Joan F. Martin

1987:  Joan F. Martin, an assistant professor of English who specialized in composition and 20th century American literature.  A Carbondale native, she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from SIUC.  She joined the faculty in 1957.


Robert Mohlenbrock

1986: Robert H. Mohlenbrock, distinguished professor of botany.  He earned his bachelor’s (1953) and master’s (1954) degrees from SIUC.  He earned a doctorate from Washington University in 1957 and joined the SIUC faculty the same year.


K.K. Collins

1985:  Kenneth K. Collins joined SIUC’s English department faculty in 1976.  A native of Mason Hill, Tenn., Collins earned a bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary (Williamsburg, Va.) and a doctoral degree from Vanderbilt University.


Theodore Burton

1984: Theodore A. Burton, a professor of mathematics, joined the Department of Mathematics in 1966.  Before that, he taught mathematics at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.  He earned three degrees from Washington State University.


Jan Martan

1984: Jan Martan, a native of Czechoslovakia, came to SIUC in 1964 as an assistant professor in the Department of Zoology.  He earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Chicago.  He earned his doctoral degree at the University of Oregon.


Frederick Williams

1984: Frederick L. Williams joined the classics section of SIUC’s foreign languages faculty in 1977.  A former assistant professor at Cornell University, he is a native of Denver, Colo.  Williams is a graduate of the University of Texas.  He holds a master’s degree from the University of Colorado and a doctorate from Cornell.  He currently is director of the University Honors Program.


James N. BeMiller

1983:  James N. BeMiller, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, joined the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty in 1961.  A native of Evansville, Ind., he earned three degrees from Purdue University.


N. Rubayi

1983:  Najim A. Rubayi came to SIUC in 1966 as an assistant professor in the Department of Engineering Mechanics and Materials.  A former instructor at the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin, Rubayi graduated from Wolverhampton Polytechnic Institute in England.  The Baghdad native earned a doctorate degree from the University of Wisconsin.


R. Stanley Tyler

1983:  R. Stanley Tyler joined the SIUC faculty in 1970 as a lecturer in the Department of Finance.  He was winner in 1976 of the Best Lecturer Award for the College of Business and Administration. The Martinsville native earned a law degree from the University of Illinois and a bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University.


David Bateman

1982:  David N. Bateman, associate professor in the Department of Administrative Sciences.  A native of Peoria, he joined the SIUC faculty in 1962 as a graduate assistant and instructor of marketing.  He earned a bachelor’s degree from Parsons College (Iowa), and two master’s degrees and a doctorate in communications from SIUC.


Roger Beyler

1982:  Roger E. Beyler, a professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry and former research chemist with Merck and Co. Inc., joined the SIUC faculty in 1959.  A native of Nappanee, Ind., Beyler earned a bachelor’s degree from North Central College and master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Illinois.


Vernold K. Feiste

1982:  Vernold K. Feiste, associate professor in the department of electrical science and systems engineering.  A native of Farrar, Mo., he joined the SIUC faculty in 1966 as an assistant professor and was named associate professor in 1970.  He earned three degrees from the University of Missouri at Columbia.


John Yopp

1981:  John H. Yopp, professor of botany, joined the SIUC faculty in 1970 as an assistant professor.  He was promoted to the rank of associate professor in 1974, achieving full professor standing in 1979.  A native of Paducah, Ky., he earned degrees from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and the University of Louisville (Ky.).


Paul Harre

1980:  Paul Harre, assistant professor in the School of Technical Careers, joined the faculty in 1972.  He became an assistant professor in 1976.  A native of Nashville, Ill., he earned three degrees from SIUC.


John Voight

1980:  John Voigt, professor in the department of botany, joined SIUC’s faculty in 1950.  A native of Sullivan, Ind., he earned a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University and master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Nebraska.


Gola Waters

1980:  Gola Waters, associate professor in the department of finance.  A native of Kewanee, Waters joined the faculty in 1965 as a lecturer in the department of management.  He earned a bachelor’s degree from St. Ambrose College and his law degree from the University of Iowa.  He also earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from SIUC.


All information was current at the time of the award.